Despite rumours of behind-the-scenes problems such as late rewrites and reshoots, as well as an overly CGI’ed undead horde, the trailer for Marc Forster’s World War Z looked truly epic. Brad Pitt headlines the film based on Max Brooks’ acclaimed novel, as a United Nations operative racing against time and fate, as he travels the globe attempting to stop the outbreak of a deadly Zombie pandemic that threatens human existence.
The teaser poster which appeared a few months ago did not match the impressive scale of the footage we saw but here we have bunch of alternative artwork which are are whole lot more imaginative than the boring design we ultimately got.
- Craig Hunter
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